Category: employee engagement

Revolution In Engagement Surveys

Read Thymometrics‘ article in simply-communicate… “Building a culture of employee engagement isn’t an annual event. So, why should companies get a sense of what is happening inside their organisations only once per year? As the demand for agility and speed of change has been exponentially accelerating, isn’t it perhaps time to approach measurement in a […]






Four Ways Your Employee Survey is Holding Back Internal Communications

Read Hugh Tonks of Thymometrics‘ piece here, published in HRZone on 20th December 2013 which discusses the ways in which your employee survey is holding back internal communications. For information about Thymometrics’ world leading real-time employee engagement surveys, email info@thymometrics.com, call +1 646 760 9323 (US) or +44 (0) 1223 750 251 (Europe) or visit […]






Re-Thinking The Employee Engagement Survey In The Modern World

Originally published in IPA on July 8, 2013 Some have predicted that the age of social media will lead to the death of the employee engagement survey. In this article, Hugh Tonks of Thymometrics argues that far from disappearing, new technology will lead to a rebirth of the engagement survey as a year-round, real-time and […]






Employee RE-Engagement … A Different Kettle Of Fish?

This article was written by Hugh Tonks, Thymometrics and originally published in HRZone on May 30, 2013. External and internal barriers to engagement To paraphrase the opening to Tolstoy’s magnificent Anna Karenina, “All engaged employees are alike; each disengaged employee is disengaged in their own way.” To understand this is to recognise a fundamental truth about engagement, […]






What If Your Employee Survey Wasn’t An Annual Event?

Originally posted by Hugh Tonks, Thymometrics on HRZone, May 1, 2013. Most companies that conduct an employee survey seem to prefer it to happen as an annual event. It’s not hard to see why; any less often makes it look like it’s not that important, and any more often would be a royal pain to organise, not […]